This quilt began with 9-patch blocks sewn by members from batiks in autumn colors, and the blocks were incorporated into a design adapted from Norah McMeeking’s Bella Roma design.
Sheila Fredette did the amazing job of adapting the design, creating the center medallion, and putting it all together. Gail Von Hoene of Stitch Meisters did the beautiful machine quilting and finishing, and Ann Acquilano created the label.
The completed 94″x100″ quilt was revealed to members and guests at our July 2018 meeting. The drawing for the winning ticket took place at the 2019 Uncle Eli’s Quilting Party on April 4, 2019, and the winner was Kim Battle who joined us at our April guild meeting to receive the quilt. Kim is a member of both Durham-Orange Quilt Guild and the African American Quilt Circle.
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Our guild members enjoy creating raffle quilts. Members contribute blocks to collaboratively create a beautiful quilt. Raffle tickets are sold to raise funds to support guild programs and charities. Learn more about where your money goes when you support our guild. Check out our current raffle quilt and see past ones too on our raffle quilt page.